IT Start Up, IT Trends, Software Development Services

How far can Outsourced Development take a Startup?

Startups have short launchpads and high expectations. In order to lighten the yoke, many startup founders turn to outsourcing, letting a third party provider handle some aspects of the business. If you do it the "right way", you can build a very successful company that way. The right way is *not* to think of your… Continue reading How far can Outsourced Development take a Startup?

Outsourcing, Software Development Services

Top five reasons for IT Directors to Outsouce IT services

Fear of surrendering control is probably the main factor holding many IT directors back from realizing the benefits of outsourcing IT services. But if you can find an IT services supplier who will work with you in a genuine partnership, understanding the specific needs of your business, it soon becomes clear that this fear is… Continue reading Top five reasons for IT Directors to Outsouce IT services

IT Trends, Mobile, Outsourcing

Tendencies of Swedish IT market

Despite the fact that Sweden has not always been a welfare state, now it is quite a stable and prosperous country with a good standard of living, a country, which is constantly developing. Let’s see how this development influences IT market, for example.  Sweden is making large annual investments in education and research and it… Continue reading Tendencies of Swedish IT market

Cloud

Five ways to use the cloud and stumbling blocks along the way

The practice of renting virtualised pools of servers and storage over the net is known as infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and is the most popular class of cloud service available today. But most businesses are only making limited use of IaaS, with the majority restricting their use to spinning up application development and test environments… Continue reading Five ways to use the cloud and stumbling blocks along the way

IT Trends

German IT landscape: even more opportunities than expected?

The German IT market is the largest in Europe and number 4 in the world (behind US, China and Japan). According to market research it is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 4% over 2011-2015. The addressable domestic market for IT products and services is projected by BMI to reach US$60.8bn in 2011 and… Continue reading German IT landscape: even more opportunities than expected?